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Delaware Natural Resources Police and DNREC Give Santa’s Sleigh a Jump-start on Toys for Tots Campaign

Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control | Division of Community Affairs | News | Office of the Secretary | Date Posted: Thursday, December 15, 2022



Delaware Natural Resources Police officers and DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin (third from right) were joined by special guest Santa Claus at the Delaware Seashore State Park office to box up toys donated by the public and DNREC employees to the US Marine Reserve Toys for Tots campaign. The toys are to be distributed to children across the state whose families might not be able to afford holiday gift-giving. Toys collected by Delaware Natural Resources Police – who consist of Fish and Wildlife Natural Resources Police, Natural Resources Police Park Rangers and DNRP Environmental Crimes Unit, all operating within DNREC – included bicycles, sports gear, dolls, stuffed animals, games and toy heavy construction equipment. /DNREC photo

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Delaware Natural Resources Police and DNREC Give Santa’s Sleigh a Jump-start on Toys for Tots Campaign

Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control | Division of Community Affairs | News | Office of the Secretary | Date Posted: Thursday, December 15, 2022



Delaware Natural Resources Police officers and DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin (third from right) were joined by special guest Santa Claus at the Delaware Seashore State Park office to box up toys donated by the public and DNREC employees to the US Marine Reserve Toys for Tots campaign. The toys are to be distributed to children across the state whose families might not be able to afford holiday gift-giving. Toys collected by Delaware Natural Resources Police – who consist of Fish and Wildlife Natural Resources Police, Natural Resources Police Park Rangers and DNRP Environmental Crimes Unit, all operating within DNREC – included bicycles, sports gear, dolls, stuffed animals, games and toy heavy construction equipment. /DNREC photo

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